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The uncovered patterns in the form of relationships, categories, clusters or trends are described and presented in a mode understandable by humans to help them better predict future behaviour of interest. The Interim KM Standard (Standards Australia, 2003) describes the following technologies as useful in knowledge discovery and representation: Data Mining and Visualisation Tools: Data mining and knowledge discovery are terms used to describe applications that look for hidden patterns in groups of data to discover previously unknown trends or relationships.
Electronic knowledge repositories such as data warehouses and websites represent a way of storing knowledge in artifacts. This requires externalising knowledge into explicit forms such as words, concepts and visuals (Nonaka, 1998). We use the word “record” to denote any kind of explicit form that is created and kept as part of the knowledge externalisation process. Electronic records can be further grouped into structured fielded records such as those found in databases and data warehouses, and unstructured or semi-structured digital documents such as those found on the web containing text, graphics, animations, sound and video.
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Knowledge Management: Through The Technology Glass (Series on Innovation and Knowledge Management) by Meliha Handzic